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By adamg - 10/14/15 - 11:47 am

"Fall is OK, I guess," RADeLisle says after looking down Cottage Street in East Boston this morning.

By adamg - 10/5/15 - 2:31 pm
Dock in Turtle Pond in the Stony Brook Reservation

One of the docks on Turtle Pond in Stony Brook Reservation this afternoon - during the two minutes when the wind stopped and the surface of the pond was fairly calm.

By adamg - 11/24/14 - 10:27 pm
Men in trees on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall in Boston

Leslee watched tree guys doing tree stuff on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall today.

Posted under this Creative Commons license in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.

By adamg - 11/8/14 - 11:34 am
Leaves on the Common

Leaf pile, anyone? TrueNE_79 took a walk through the Common this morning.

By adamg - 10/13/14 - 6:35 pm
Houghton's Pond in Milton in the fall

Brian MacLean photographed Houghton's Pond in the Blue Hills Reservation the other day.

Copyright Brian MacLean. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.

By adamg - 10/6/14 - 8:15 am
Arthur Fiedler's giant head in Boston

JB Parrett enjoyed a nice fall day on the Esplanade yesterday, along with Arthur Fieldler's giant disembodied head.

By adamg - 9/25/14 - 11:02 pm
Fall leaves along the Needham Line train tracks

What made these trees turn so much earlier than the rest of them along the Needham Line tracks? Spotted this afternoon from across the Charles in Millennium Park in West Roxbury.

By adamg - 11/5/13 - 8:16 am
Foliage on West Roxbury Parkway

There are some amazing trees in West Roxbury today.

Also see Brad Kelly's photo of Mt. Auburn Cemetery.

By adamg - 10/25/12 - 10:49 am

With Sandy churning up the Atlantic as it bears down on a coast that could face the brunt of its fury, WBZ meterorologist Todd Gutner advises:

Don't bother raking, waste of time.

By adamg - 10/5/12 - 8:50 am

Jennifer Forman Orth, our go-to expert for invasive species, reports that with falling temperatures, more residents can expect their homes to be invaded by these brown bugs that, when startled, smell up the joint.

In most cases, she writes, they're actually western conifer seed bugs, which showed up here in the 1990s and which, fortunately, are not messing with local ecosystems:

You can often find them resting on the sides of houses, on doors and on window screens, where they are hoping to find a way to sneak in.

By adamg - 9/26/12 - 6:45 pm

Fall leaves.

By adamg - 9/22/12 - 3:36 pm

First snowman of the season in West RoxburyFrosty, is that you?

Wicked Sharp (is that a good Boston name or what?) uses discarded ice from the Roche skating rink on VFW Parkway to create snowmen outside their store on Centre Street in West Roxbury.

By adamg - 9/18/12 - 12:21 pm

Swan Boats on their way out

Workers were busy today putting disassembled Swan Boats on a flatbed truck for the trip to wherever it is they store them for the winter.

By adamg - 11/12/09 - 5:41 pm
Cherry juice?

There were some beautiful trees by the Savin Hill T stop today.

By adamg - 10/24/09 - 8:48 pm

There were some beautiful trees around English High School in Jamaica Plain today.

By adamg - 11/8/08 - 11:45 am

Leaves it be

Hurry over to the Taft Hill municipal parking lot off South Street in Roslindale Square today to see this view for yourself.

By adamg - 10/27/08 - 5:05 pm

Common walk

Chaval Brasil had his camera with him on a walk through the Common yesterday.

Photo posted under Creative Commons.

By adamg - 10/13/08 - 7:37 pm

Some nice photos from Forest Hills Cemetery, including one of a sunning turtle.

Some nice photos from Jamaica Pond.

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